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Frontline article - Posted on 19/07/2016

Jean Driscoll is passionate about integrating health and social care in order to improve provision for patients in Dundee. Ian A McMillan meets the CSP award winner. ...

Digital rehab triples physio capacity in NHS Lanarkshire

News item - Posted on 12/07/2016

12 July 2016 A remote digital rehabilitation service has cut travel time for community physiotherapists in Lanarkshire and enabled ...

A matter of pride: streamlining community care in the West Midlands

Frontline article - Posted on 11/04/2016

The streamlined way in which community care services in one part of the West Midlands are being delivered is winning national plaudits, as Louise Hunt discovered. ...

‘No progress’ on community improvements for people with learning disabilities, says head of NHS review

News item - Posted on 22/07/2015

22 July 2015 Community services for people with learning disabilities have made no ‘tangible progress’ since an NHS review called for ...

Physio-led service saves money and helps patients get home faster after knee replacements

News item - Posted on 04/02/2015

4 February 2015 Physiotherapists in Cheshire are using an innovative ‘discharge class’ to cut costs and reduce the length of hospital ...

Blackpool physio helps social enterprise to win award

News item - Posted on 28/11/2014

28 November 2014 Physiotherapist Kayleigh Clitheroe designed an innovative ‘physiotherapy at home’ service, which led to her employer ...

CSP Awards 2014: Newcastle physio saves NHS thousands with pilot programme

Press Release - Posted on 17/11/2014

17 November 2014 A Newcastle physiotherapist has received a prestigious national award for her outstanding leadership work. ...

Physios should be key players in long term care services says CSP

News item - Posted on 03/07/2014

3 July 2014 The way in which services for the 15 million people in England with long-term conditions are commissioned remains ...

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